Brenna Taylor celebrated with a peaceful renovated-reality garden

Say her name with flowers in your mouth – that’s what Brenna Taylor’s sister added to the Miami Wisdom Week’s all she wants from visitors to the reality garden to honor her deceased sister. During the raid on the apartment, the police reminded us of the power to change the art, even among the most famous parties around the famous Art Basel. The interactive garden can be seen in person at Morris A.Fare Park next to Perez from Sunday to Sunday. Art Museum, or an online application. He is coming to the Miami Arts Festival after finishing first at the Tribeka Festival. The garden was filled with Taylor’s favorite things, such as flowers and butterflies, created by artist and coordinator Lady Phoenix and Palmer, and was originally intended to be a safe place for family and friends to grieve online. The women said the idea was to spread the word by giving numbers and a “no knock” policy to give the community a place to grieve. Taylor was beaten and beaten by officers of a drug cartel to enter her apartment last year. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was shot in the head by officers, and later he thought that a hacker was breaking up. A group of volunteer artists helped bring the vision to life. The imaginary garden blooms in real time for spectators, who can record a message as they emerge from a romantic path surrounded by plants and animals with Taylor’s favorite flowers – tulip – embracing their favorite flowers. It also contains the Palmer Hologram and the glittering flowers from Brenna’s friends and family. And while the image of the garden is peaceful, the creators say that the artwork is a protest against the news of gun violence. “Breonna died in a violent world,” said Lady Feonix in a statement. “But she will live in peace, surrounded by beautiful memories, butterflies and her favorite things.”

Say her name with flowers in your mouth – that is what Brenna Taylor’s sister wants from people who have visited the added reality garden created to honor her sister who died in Miami Art Week.

The 26-year-old medical worker recalls the “Brenna Garden” memorial, which was shot dead by police during an attack on an apartment, and the power of art change, even among celebrities around the famous Art Basel.

The interactive garden can be viewed in person on Sunday near the Perez Art Museum or via the online app at Morris A.Fare Park. After making his debut at the Tribeka Festival, he came to the Miami Arts Festival.

Taylor’s sister, Junia Palmer, said in a statement: “Now is the time to make her name known.

The garden, filled with Taylor’s favorite things like flowers and butterflies, was created by artist and keeper Lady Phoenix and Palmer and was originally intended to be a safe place for family and friends to grieve online.

But as Taylor’s story unfolded in the country, the women, the idea, were expanded to come forward with the Black Live Case and use “no knock” policies, to give the people a place to grieve. He said.

Last year, Taylor was shot dead after officers in a narcotics group beat her to break into her apartment. Her boyfriend, Kenneth Walker, was shot in the head and later thought to be a hacker.

A group of volunteer artists helped bring the vision to life.

The virtual park blooms in real time, with a peaceful Taylor flowing hair and shiny gown, a bouquet of your favorite flowers – tulip – as it emerges from the romantic highway surrounded by plants and animals.

Viewers can record messages by leaving words of comfort and encouragement for the next visitor. The Palmer Hologram and the glittering flowers also contain messages from Brenna’s friends and family.

And while the images of the garden are peaceful, the creators say that the artwork is a protest against the news of gun violence.

“Brenna died in a violent world,” Lady Phoenix said in a statement. But she lives in peace, surrounded by beautiful memories, butterflies, and things she loves.

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